Since the Bluegame brand was first revealed by the Sanlorenzo Group, it has delivered inspiring and unexpected designs that are perfectly tailored to meet the demands of the market. It is therefore no surprise that Bluegame has now revealed the all-new BGM75 – the first design in its new multihull range – that is sure to delight all Bluegame fans.
This new design was first revealed at Cannes Yachting Festival 2022 and embodies all the attractive features that make Bluegame yachts so universally popular including large spaces, seaworthiness, high quality, and easy manoeuvrability. The 22.7m model has been designed to combine the looks of a monohull with all the benefits of a catamaran. Built from carbon and other lightweight materials, it requires significantly less power than a monohull of equivalent volume, and boasts a futuristic profile.
Adding multihull designs to the Bluegame line up is something that has always been a part of the brand’s long-term plans. “When we planned the Bluegame strategy in 2018, we believed that developing a power multihull range should be a clear path to follow: this market had impressive margin of growth, it was untouched in terms of the real luxury players, it had an enormous margin for product development and, overall, the multihull itself could offer a fantastic sustainable platform,” says Luca Santella, Head of Product Strategy at Bluegame.
The new BGM range will be particularly suited to the Asian market, where multihulls are an extremely popular choice for cruising around the region. “The Asian market is one of our main targets for the BGM range and the support of Simpson Marine in this specific area will be really strategic,” says Santella. There is plenty for Simpson Marine clients to look forward to with the BGM designs. “We think that Simpson Marine clients will really enjoy the BGM75’s beauty, its revolutionary layout and its impressive performances.”
For owners who value sustainability, the BGM line is a tangible demonstration of Bluegame’s commitment to sustainable yachting, with multihulls delivering efficient cruising, and Bluegame executing a number of strategies to reduce the footprint of their yachts. “Sustainability has been one of Bluegame’s main developing drivers and the BGM is a clear example of how much we have been working in this direction since its first design steps,” explains Santella. “Materials of construction, furniture, glasses, paintings and much more have been carefully chosen to be as sustainable as possible and, above all, the hull shape design and engine choices lead to an incredible result in terms of performance and low consumption of fuel.”
There is no doubt that the BGM line is a big, and tantalizing, development, but there is plenty more to talk about when it comes to Bluegame and innovation. “There are many new exciting projects coming up in the future of Bluegame, with the release of one or two new models per year from now to 2026,” says Santella. “But one of our most important projects is the new hydrogen chase boat we are building for the next America’s Cup challenger American Magic. This multihull will be a real milestone in the pleasure boating market being a full hydrogen powered boat foiling up to 50 knots of max speed and being capable of almost 200 NM of range at 28 knots.” This innovative design and project will influence the entire Bluegame range, with customers set to benefit from the extensive research and design being invested into this forward-thinking boat. “It really will be a fantastic technical benchmark for Bluegame and will show the world how much Bluegame and Sanlorenzo believe in innovation, technical challenges and sustainability.”
Looking to the future, Bluegame’s ambitions are big. The team anticipates fast development in the technologies in the yachting sector, and plans for Bluegame to be at the forefront of this activity. “The next years will show an incredible and fast developing change in the pleasure yachting business, moving towards technical innovation, sustainability and research of new green sources of energy,” concludes Santella. “Our aim is to always keep being leader in this movement, and we look forward to taking our customers with us on this exciting journey.”
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